Call of Duty: Ghosts teaser trailer shows off masked warriors.
The next-generation Xbox may exist beyond the borders of your television.
Microsoft is showing off its new Xbox video game console three months after Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4.
Xbox division's revenue up big for Microsoft's third quarter.
We dig into the recent reports regarding always-online and the Xbox Mini.
With its Xbox 360 successor, Microsoft may just one-up Google for once.
While previous rumors pointed to Microsoft unveiling its next Xbox this month, the company may now be aiming for a May event.
Microsoft apologizes for the short-sighted and insulting comments from one of its creative directors.
Creative director Adam Orth speaks out about always online and insults "non-cities."
Quiet rumblings and URL registrations point toward a Microsoft event announcing its next video game console before June's Electronic Entertainment Expo.
We compile the rumors and compare the punching power of the two next-gen contenders from Microsoft and Sony.
Editor's Pick The most recent rumor surrounding the next Microsoft console suggests it will require a constant Internet connection.
It's easy to see why consoles dominated this generation, but will that be the case moving into the next?
Forget the Xbox 720. Microsoft's Xbox 360 successor may simply end up being called "Xbox," and it could be the beginning of several "X" branded devices.
At this point, most of us are willing to put our money on Microsoft and Sony announcing their upcoming consoles at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), an annual game industry trade show held in Los Angeles.
Tech website Digital Foundry claims to have hard data about the PlayStation 4 development kit.
Baird Equity Research analyst Colin Sebastian looks into the future.
Google Trends doesn't lie. It predicts the Xbox 720 will beat the PlayStation 4.
Bidding for the alleged Xbox 720 dev kit has closed at $20,100.
Thanks to leaked pictures of a dev kit, we have some real evidence that developers are working on games for the next Microsoft console.